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Wal-Mart ectronics dept. has an "Universal DC Adapter Kit" it will have various size adapter plugs and a variable setting to adjust DC Voltage. It also should have a switch to set the polarity. I used mine to power several different devices. It was well worth the money I spent as opposed to buying a actual DC Adapter. Subsequently, the kit from Wal-Mart was far cheaper than the real deal.
How is the player plugged into the TV set? Are you using the S-video or RCA type plugs? Have you tryed a differant input on a differant TV? It could also be your cables. If you tryed differant cables and a differant input then your problem is a broken connection on the video jack or in the video output processor IC inside the unit and thats not a user fixable problem, Sorry. Good luck